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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 22 March 1871

Tofu zauý caxatrat. E~. Rt. BIOYS.x1',........ EDIITOR:, ALEXANDRIA. LA. WEDNE9D.Y,........ MIIRCU 22d 1871. NOT CE. M EMBERS of PACIFIC FIRE ('OM PANY No. 1 are reqleated to meet at their Ha;l. in full unif'rm, ot MONDAY, APRIL :d, at 71 o'clock.- A strict attetldance is requestedf, as the election of officers wi!l tatke pl'ee By order of W. S. RIDGE, W. J. ROGERS, Foreuantl. Secretary. * Marrh 15, 1871-30. THE DEGRADATION OF STUAINEI. The Radical Senate has enacted another part of the San Dorningo drama. Because Mr. Sumner dar ed to expose tile corrupt jobbillng of the President and his iriends, he has been deposed from the Schairmanship of the Coma ittee on Foreign Relations to make. way for a more pliable tool. When Mr. Sumner took his seat at the comnienoement of the pres ent Congress heo entered upon the twenty-first year of hig Senatorial career. Having been a meniber longer thay any one else he is called the "Father of the Senate.' Ever since the retirement of Colo nel Mason...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 22 March 1871

A- trology. and cal pi In STgNGO OF PREDICTIONS FOR 1871- . one - revol The singnlaly naccnrnte fulfilment of are e ,,ate of the jpropheciies of 1870, madi the tste last issue of Moriig, Noon and ar ia the oceasiollmed Ino Minll amlllit if. that olt,ishnwent anougR its nlmultitudinous whw as.ltl Le:ters have beesl received Euro f"111 prot'es-ors of ns'irotlogy, in vari- ,id fos prtsof thle cou:try. inqiirnlg.tlhe mo claracter of the celestiil iltlici; upon itre, ichal thie predictions were,l iased, :and all 1 tbhe oethoed of c;LlchlationZ enIhlo1yed in ever; he tioi at conchsionIs so triithful.- con rther plltiies, who seem to have Onis- -.mt,, Oler pr asciellttite c,ntributolr foir a1 lIcl tordinar o so1 thsyver, have written for peol illfrnU1HtiO' as t to teir future, in pret- now v mach lthe sallle style as if they had dil : t eaddressig oSllme atdvertising chair- the latin, who retails his bIliild guesses at atl Stuleh per fib. Once for all, we Enar could sly that the genltlema...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 22 March 1871

MISCELLbANEOUIS, 1~IiY$ &.FEQoqjO2, Watchmakers and JewBlers. DEALERS IN Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and Pla ted Ware, SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS. C SOLE AGENTS FOR POLLAIK & SON, N. Y., GENUINE M.ERSCHIIU PIPES. N. B.-All Goods sold warranted asre presented. March 1, 1871-tf. HEARTH AND HOME. H-EARTHII and IHOME is avery large -L Weekl Family Journal, con taiuing the latest News and Market re ports, with much Interesting, Ilstruc tive and Reliable reading nmtter, per taining to Rural Life, Art, Science, Literature, the Household, etc. It is adapted to the wants of ALL the mem bers of every family, old and young, in City, Villinge and Country. Haw been pu'clhased by ORANGE, JUDD & 00., it will hereafter be issued from their Great Publishing House, 245 Broadway New York. The same energy, enter prise and carefulness to secure relin bility in every department, that has so long characterised the American Agri culturist, and given it a name, fame and a circulation severa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 29 March 1871

__,_,___.. . ... __'______s__________y :_________ - .-c -teni' ? ' ',- }' • " ' _ - ARD . "IOSSAT TIE WORLD IS G"ORNED TOO MUO-IC-lP - OLN UMBER. 37 UME 26.. ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1871. • O,',., *_. , '-_ . .. + + .+ 'tu a ' m u , .,,n  l = m n HI ' I m mnn 1 ' I~n / mm | mnn [ lmm l lmmlI·ll m [ IlI n m mnn m mm lu n m n,,..l + I  m mm ll i l ; .. . .. .. . .. . . . .. . . ... ... . .. .. . ... . . . . :- . .. . . - -_•_ . .... ., ,., .+ TSgE rSl'AC RAT" ispuiiliiI1\ Week ly*I !tt %IVE 1)OL:..'I' per IflU~ill, H`T: fs)r sic r ?f)RtI , 1"s ~yA.l i :;da ;n SII) ipt taken for a less period thau SD7aMIths. inserted at thet rata of 3'il 5) PEtR SQ'.\RLE for the first - 1ju5rtidr!t 5.( 75 CetS- for each subse qIis1t o. Eigit lines or less, conisti tata a s. 1' :tre The foAllowig are our rFSes to yearly advertisers: O,,,c~un:------ -------------- 9$300 00 Hlalf Coln uu . ... ........ .. 175 C"0 vf of Colu ................ 1U (13o Fuartil of Column.I.......... ... 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 29 March 1871

TX. R. B3IOSSA~'i` ~. - - EDITOJ-i - ALEXAND IA. LA. WEDNE DAY...... " .. . MARCU 29, 1S71. NOT rOF. -EMBERS ef PACIFIC FIRE ('OM Al PANY No. I are requeste'd to1 me,et at their Ha l, in full un1itornl, on MON ID)AY,.APII3L 1d, at 7½ ,,'clock. A strict attendance is requestCe, as the electin f officers will ta.ke ,place By order of W. S. IIIDGE, XW. J. ROGERS, Foreman. Secretary. Marrh 15, 1871-3t. The Foreign Reviews. Wh tsu peri We are indebted to the Leonard Scott iiror Publishing Company, New York, for : got the January number of the Edinburgh detine Review and the North British Review. nt The Edinburgh contains interesting Aroie articles on the following subjects: 1. roev France; 2. Lives of Rossini and Ber- the B lioz 3. Business of the House ofComn- I'he i tmons; 4. Kage's History of the Sepoy that War; 5 Facts and Fables at the Ad miralty ; 6. Laugel's Problems of Na- .ace tare and Life; 7. The Foreign cela- to at tions of China; 8. The Military Forces ditiol of the Crown ;...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 29 March 1871

Jolbn '1T. lotfiman. t:h We take the following extracts from "It.,1 the Aninual M.essage of Governor Iloff- tht I nan, of New YoT Ak: deit FEDERAr, AFFAIRS.- " t Thle disple'ition of the Federal ald- dhii, iliistratien to iuninelesstlrv, nwIllse tti tend I unc10nsiltti ol;ll inlte~ltr to c' e with that tne- purluits nll rights of the citizen and wtith the StIte gvterOlents con- now t ies aIl i a-great evil. I the ii 0- . whi, uIn.'e ditsf'rachii nt'et oltf a puit illl lf 'it ft tle ,le f the Seiitli. anid by other lTo1 mtenile" the full tndl fintll restlIratfol t to dati t'in, ef poitiOc.l fitlrs. of thel conltrol t le of thoirnt nilo aiairts, anld oIf the -free i lenII rhoice of their r)rel'elnt:tives, is .t ll, eal Srportisal0 eneds, delayed and bs trnct- is. e,d , .the ,previjdico of good govern- icr, mneat and of the general wellare. For F,,URAL -I.TERFERENCE IN ELECTIONS. pil Since thie adjonurnt ent of the Legis- nev iiti '- the eltdls al g''ve lllueli tl hIs , - I re n;1101'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 29 March 1871

1J fISCELINEBdUSON, IATTI .i . La Rapide Brick I Watchmakers and Jewelers, - DEAL:ERS IN T' Watches, Uloeks, Jewelry, Silver and Pla-. r ted Ware, SPEC'TACLES AND FANCY GOODS. I,·. SOLE AGENTS FOR Up St. POLLAK & SON, N. Y., W. GENUINE MERSCHAXU-I PIPES. Atto' N. B.-All Goods sold warranted as re presented. March 1, 171-tf. Sep HEARTH AND HO M E. EX-EARTFIT and IIOMIE is a very large l W\eeklý Family Jiarnal, con taining the latest News and Market re ports, with luch Interesting, Instrue- 1 tive and Rt-lialle reading nuatter, per training to Rural Life, Art, Science, Literature, the Honstehold, etc. It is adapted to the wants of ALL the mem bers of every family, old and young, In City, Villiage and Country. 1iay been purchased by ORANGE, JUDD & 00., it will hereafter be issued from their Fe Great Publishiing Iouise, 245 Broadway - New York. 'The same energy, enter prise and carefulness to secure relia bility in every department, that has so, long clharacterised the American ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 5 April 1871

__ I E L _lift .t u i .--r VOLIE2.6 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5'1871.  le t FIVE p:tL ; X ler :lila a I11, TIIl~ltVl tfar -it (1 )'Ft?1, piav;ildlý ill al ~a:lo~e `o( Si?'. ~.ript m t n takeU o a lcŽs period thail Si.c Manuths. A)?7 ;r3F, CA'Is ill$crtel at the ratd e - 'f I: 53 for thil' frst nslit~ti ):t an.l '5 4'1 ri2' fStr each sublsi - o~i'. £igri'i ?iIIS or less, ll.Iiti t. at" -i j:lL"'. 't;e fihlawioilg itlo our rite; to p-mily Advertisers: (ne Cdiori - - - Q3.',0 II; lralf Colut ....... .. .. l;5 (t Thlir of ( aluiuioi ---.----- IM0 C Fourth of C lin1---- --- - - - (: C'arols, (ie ciiVlpillg spa:le of eight lines, en le.s,) s,)....... 201 Ct Obituary Notices, Marriages. P nldi1" )Teetings, Cards of 'l'hauul;s, etc., to hi pai fr as :ilvlntisl-owot ii Ilarrgul lu.Lul t'i 15011 iin v-nt isemeot.n llarg::I irtl)1t t.!:) nsy l "~u-"'ti s' c euts NEW ORLEA. 3 U1; D" . The Weed F. F. Sewing Mach. e. Lock Stitch, Straight Needlc-and sews: alike ion both sides. DOES gathe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 5 April 1871

E. R. BIOSSAT......... EDITOR ALEXANDRIA. LA. W .EDNESDAY,.....,.....AIXRIL th 1871.St The Iarish of Vernon. es to 11.1' Our cot( The fo'lowing we clip from thel red thi New Orleans Picayune of the 31st. Ohio he ult. ver" in The act creating the new Parish no "tra. of Vernon.created out of the Wes- ers, poll tern portion of the parish of Ra- It must pities and the Southern portton of dleed. the parishes of Sabine and Natchi- But v toches, having beconmea law by the and li signature of the Exccntive, the lol- heads 1 lowing named officers have been ap I it Cl pointed for said parish: or Grot Parish Judle, Nathan HI. lrny; Sher- Times iff, John J. Kirk, Clekt of the LDsti.,t Cotr*, Is;le II. Winfree; Assessor, J. person: W. Moore; Recorder Johnu C. Monday; .1atthe Justice of the Peace: First Ward, P. . fro Calvannaltigh S-econd \Vard, Jai o Hicks; Third Ward, C. K. Oakes ; 'ablesi Fourth Ward, John J. Call : Fifih seeker WYard, C. B. Burr; Sixthli \Vard, P. I1oouce. Constables: First ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 5 April 1871

The Calmpail of 1872 Pecidcd. WEBvD-ELL PIILLIPS ACKNOWLED .ES A Tn.T A DEMOCR;TIC rlESIDEINT IS 1lon IRTULAL.LY ELECTEID. l"oS A blow sometinlls Stulns a di nkard n't' into sohriety. Possibly the Insult of- m"ntt feted anud the tperil brought to tlhe I - t0inl ,tblicai party by the removal of Mr. lhe, noutier nIay hiave lhis tffect on the lt o the North rally to the defence of rle pal Uni n. If not, then there is hiut ole 4l.V thing more ftt' Congress to do in order lhlit tosignl the death-Uairant o the lie pnttlican parti, and t posisibly of if l itit ijton. Let Cotng-ess now adljomr" whi wjithl.lt authtorized n:rti:al law a;,t ihe re South o curb tile; K,-Klux. and thl:et ar have asseued the hlvetion of a Den the crat to the Presidetc y. Itndeed ihlt ott woulof \'Washii" 1to; in regard to the t aar,,y of the South is nch tlh;lt l Il' fe-..ider thle ,matter albout s.tt.l.ed. ',/e s thirty-three RImblicanns whl o removed rat tr. Sumner .from his post elected a u Democratic reside...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 5 April 1871

MIISCELLXIN EOU,, LEyIl FEPRG 80N, Watchmakers and Jewelers, DIEALERS IN Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and Pla tce Ware, SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS. SCOL.E AGENTS FOR POLLAK &.SON, N. Y., GENUINE 3IERSCHAUI: PIPES. N. B.-AIl Goods sold warranted as re presented. StMarch 1, 1871-tf. HEARTH AND HOM 0 E. HiEART'IH and llOME isavery large 1 Weel; ; Family Journal, con taifitng the latest. News and Market re ports, wit hm uh Ilntresting, I:struc tive and Iteliabl'e readling matter, per taitning to Iaural Litie, Art, Science. Literature, the Ilonssehold, etc. It is adapted to the wants ofALL the ntem 1iters of every family, old anwl young, in City, Villiage and Country. Hlay been purchased by ORA1NGE, JUDD & CO., it will hereafter ,,n issued frmsn their Great Pablishiug House, 215 B3 roadway New York. The same energy, enter .rise and carefulness to seenre relia bilitv in every department, that has so long characterised the American Agri culturist, and given it a iame, fituet a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 12 April 1871

,, _______ *tiuorrat EA, BIOSSAT . THE WORLJ' iS GOVERNgD TOO MUCH, . , .,P VOLUIE 26.1 ALEXANDRIIA, LA, wEDNEsDAY, APRIL 1_2, I87I. :7 , :· ' { B TE E IRJ S: THE DMOCaAT" ii spbl,lished Week Sly. at pFIV DOLLAItS per anmuIIti , TiItEE for six nilrnths, pa.yable in aldvance No atbaeriptikon taken for a less period than Six 3ioinihs. AJ3773HrL£n T 3 inserted at the Sratsof $1 5) PEi: SQtU.LtIE for the first insertion :3nl1 75 cRiN.rs for each sthse q:wtnt ono. Eight lines or less, consti tute: a s'l:tce. The following are our ratoi to yearly .Advertisers: ) One Cltumn ......... .......... $300 00 HIalf Coltmnn .................... - 175 Third of Column . ... .. . 1:31 tI Fourth of Column...... ...... 100 ( C Cards, (ccupyving space of eight lines,or less8).................. 20 C Obituary Notices, Marriages. Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. * !p' P tri ,t tl c:tarl, whenu ailmissibhle lhsrted l º t1i t e n ,'us l .tlv,'rtis,. , n'its. NE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 12 April 1871

E. I. BIOSSA' ,........EI)ITOU ALEXANDRIA, LA." IWEDNESDAY,........APRIL 12th 1871. Ladies' Entertainment. We are pleased to state that the young ladies of St. James' Church will give an exibition ot Tableaux, together with a supper and dance, at the Town Hall, on Tuesday next. the 18th inst The proceeds will be devoted to the completion of their new church edifice now nearly finished. We are confident that the Exhibition and performan ances will prove unusually attrac tive at this dull season of the year. Besides its object should commend it to the attention of the charitable in a community noted for its gener osity. The new Church edifice is an ornament to the town, the erec tion of which has been largely con tributed to by the efforts of the la dies of the congregation. To en sure as large an assemby as possi ble the entrance fee has been fixed at fifty cents for all ages. ANOTHER RADICAL QUARREL. The quarrel over the spoils in New York between the Fenton and Conkling tactions of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 12 April 1871

Abuot tirls. gOW TINEY DRESS-PADDING---GARTERS LACING-EATING- EXERCIbtI-A N 1) VARIOUS OTIIER THINGS. Dr. Din Lewis has always been deeply interested in the girls. When v0ong, nothing fascinated him so much and even now he admires them as smuch as ever. The chief topic on which lie writes for their benefit is health, and he begins by giving them good advice about their boots and shoes. As a rule their soles are too narrow. A young lady whose foot is four inches wide wears a shoe with a sole only two inches and a half. The consequence is that in walking the step of the girls is unsteady and vi brates sideways. Besides, the press ure of the upper leather checks the circulation in the foot and makes it cold. This sort of shoes, with an elastie garter worn about the leg just below the knee, is the cause why the rat majority of girls have cold feet. fthe sales of the shoes were made broad, this difficulty would not only be obviated, but the toot itself would look smaller and handsomer. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 12 April 1871

MISCELL1NEOULS, LED1 & F ERIGUSON Watohmakers and Jewelers. DA.%LElRS I. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver aud Pla ted Ware, SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS. SOLIE AGENTS FOR POLL AK & SON, N. Y., GENUINE 3IERSCHAUII PIPES. N. B.-All Goods sold warranted as re presented. March 1, 1871-tf. HEARTH AND HOME. IJEARTH and IIOMIE isaver, large 1 e \\'kl Family Joirali, coin taing the latest Newsalid Market. re ports, witli muchll Inti-resting. Initr:hlc tire and Rtelialde reading matter, pe'r taining to Rural Lifet, Art, Siekn'e, Literratnre, the Hoiiusehiil. etc. It is •lia'teild to the wantlls ofALL the menI bers of every family. old and young, Il City, Villiaiie and Country. Ila been purchased by ORANGE, JUDdf & CO., it will ihereafter be. issued fr'ity their" (Oralt ['nulishin g Ilouse, 245 Brolad ray Niew- York. The slmie eiergltr, enlter lirise lland ('refulnelss to secnre relia lilitv in \every deplrtunent, that has s, long characterised thel American Agri cultllirist, ll gi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 19 April 1871

A,. A BIOSSAT THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH, PULISHER VOLUME 26. ALEXANDRIA, -LA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1871. INUMBER 40. VOmuU un. mumA IR~A mL. InDES A ,'P T n9 uummI mnmlmmR mu Pnrm ,mm•m n•nmuunmmml ;-- THE DEMOCRAT" ispuilishedW, eek ly. at vIVE DOLLARS per annum, THREE for six months, payable in advance No S:tbscription taken for a less period than Six Months. A.F.3r.IS3-EiiNT3 inserted at the rate of $1 503 rPE squAR" for the first iasertion and 75 CENTS for each subse qaept one. Eight lines or less, consti tute a s'.nre. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: Ole Colamn.......---......... $..300 00 lalf Columnn..........-........ 175 CO Third of Column ...............130 00 Fourth of Column.......... ... 100 00 Cards, (occupying space of eight lines, orless,).................. 20 00 Obituary Notices, Marriages. Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. -7 Personal cards, when admissible hargedl i1 ible the usual advertiseiments...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 19 April 1871

7. R. BIOssAT,........ EDITOIl ALEXANDRIA, LA. WFED ESDAY, .........APRIL 19th 1871. SUFFERING OF THE PARISIANS.-The certal sufferings of the Parisians during the ties ii siege of the city have yet to be told. nient A correspondent of one of the morn- have ing papers begins to throw light on recei' the subject and saying that the diffi both culty of obtaining even the scanty HouS supply of food that was doled out two-t was a great hardship. All Paris had Bu to go and form in lines at the various yet b stations for bread, meat, fuel, etc., cone and men and women would go be- the p fore daylight and stand for hours in The 1 a bleak wind or driving snow or rain, its ol with feet wet half frozen waiting for meml the bit of horse meat and coarse Iand bread. Thousands, it is said, died of signe this exposure. And it is not alone Sece: the poor who have suffered in this excel way, many of the rich having been thou forced to take their places in the is dii hunger queues, ladies of rank havi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 19 April 1871

jFLUSH OF INJUNCTIONS. S. The Governor Enjoins the State rw Auditor. mi lie The Matter of the Legislative War- ,: rants. He $100000 ALLEGED SPURIOU S WAR- lei RANTS ISSUED OR ABOUT TO BE IS- at SUED-SPEAKER CARTER AND OTH- AI ERS CII.ARGED WITH COOKING UP TIIE JOURNALS OF THE GENERAL ASSEM- all BIy-AN INVESTIGATION TO BE MADE be TO DISCRIMINATE BETWEEN GENUINE AND FIIAUDULENT WARRtANTS-TIIE ol STATE TREASURER ENJOINED FROM ANOTHER QUARTER-HE IS PIlOItIBI TED FROM PAYING WARRANTS FOR SscHOOL, CHARITABLE AND PRINTING th PFRPOSES. til In the absence yesterday of Judge pi Dibble, says the New Orleans Pica yune, the following petition was filed in the Eighth District Court, and the order of injunction in accordance with the prayer signed by Judge Theard, so acting for Judge Dibble: t: The petition ot the State of Louisi- i ana, through its Governor, Henry C. Warmoth, with respect, represents tlhatt petitioner is informed and believes, and11 therefore avers, that a great fraud on the Trea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 19 April 1871

MISCELL\iNEOUS, , LVI F ERGU , ONI Watchmakers and Jewelers, D)E.i .ERS IN Watches, C'Iocks, Jewelry, Silver and Pla tedl Ware, SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS. SOLEr AGENTS FOR POLLAK & SON, N. Y., GENUINE MERSCHAU3I PIPES. N. B.-All Goods sold warranted asre presented. March 1, 1871-tf. CHAF.LE A. DANA. Editor. She glotap WeehIjy fux. A Newspaper of the Present Times. Intended for People Now on Earth. Including Farmers, Mechanics, Merchants, Pro fesslonal Men, Woikers, Thinkers, and all Man ner of Honest Folks, nad the Wives, Sons, and Daughters of all such. ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEA I I ONE OUNDRED COPIES FOR 850, Or less than One Cent a Copy. Let there be a 850 Club at every Poest Ofice. SEMI-WEEKLY SUN, 82 A YEAR, of the same alze and general character as THE WEEKLY, but with a greater variety of miscellaneons reading, and furnishlng the news to Its snlscribels with greater freshness. because It comes twice a week instead of once only. THE DAILY SUN, S6 A YEAR. A prelmlneotly reada...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 26 April 1871

_--- -__i" _ 1 UG _ ___ ____- SA, BIOSSAT THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO [UCH, PUBLISHER VOLUME 26.4 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, 1871. NUMBER 41. UE 2 t -- - AAN ., , , . THE DEMOCRAT" ispublishedWeek ly. at FIVE I)OLtr..IiS1 per a1 um111111, T':l:EE fir si unths, padyable in advance No $Sbscription taken for a less period thau Six Months. A7aRraI.~~NT3 i.;serted at the rate of $1 53 rI'1t squ-.Al: for the tirst inasrtion anld 75 c:'Xrs for each subse gqtnt one. Eight lines or less, consti tlto :1 s'1Itar" The following are our rate~ to yearly Advertisers: O:e Colu n ..................... 00 O lalf Column...----------- ---- 175 00 Third of Column ...1 .. -... --- ---I-- :0 Fourth of Column............... 100 C0 Cards, (occupying space of eight lines, or less,)- - ..- ------ ----- 0 Obituary Notices, Marriages. rublic Mleetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. ' Persanal cards, when admissible hargedldouble the usual advertisements. NEW ORLEANS CARl D...

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